Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Shocking Video Shows Russian Warship Nearly Colliding With U.S. Navy Vessel

Shocking Video Shows Russian Warship Nearly Colliding With U.S. Navy Vessel

The incident follows another interaction - this time between U.S. and Russian aircraft - that the U.S. Navy deemed "unsafe".

The Russian statement also said that the ship, the Admiral Vinogradov, also broadcast a protest on an worldwide frequency to the USA ship, telling it that its actions were unacceptable.

The video, which was captured while both ships were in the East China Sea at an unspecified date, shows the Russian vessel coming within 50-1oo feet of the US warship, which the Kremlin is blaming on America, as they to claim to have had the right away during the incident.

USA warship came within just 50 metres of the Russia's Admiral Vinogradov, it said.

"A Russian destroyer. made an unsafe maneuver against USS Chancellorsville, closing to 50-100 feet, putting the safety of her crew and ship at risk", US Navy spokesman Cmdr.

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"The U.S guided-missile cruiser Chancellorsville suddenly changed course and cut across the path of the destroyer Admiral Vinogradov coming within 50 metres of the ship", the statement said. Earlier this week, a U.S. P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft experienced an "unsafe" and "irresponsible" intercept by a Russian fighter over global waters above the Mediterranean Sea.

"We consider Russia's actions during this interaction as unsafe and unprofessional and not in accordance with the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGS), 'Rules of the Road, ' and internationally recognized maritime customs", the 7th Fleet said in a statement.

This latest incident comes just days after the US Navy accused Russian Federation of intercepting a US aircraft and amid tensions with Moscow on a wide range of geopolitical issues.

The Russian military said its navy sent a radio message in protest.

Worldwide maritime law requires ships to maintain a safe distance, normally interpreted as 1,000 yards, when passing another, Schuster added.

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